Your mindset matters because your entire experience of life — everything that you will ever do, have, or accomplish — depends on what’s going on inside your own head. So if you want to see a different story outside of you, then you have to start with the things you’re telling yourself on the inside.
Something to keep in mind when you start thinking about your mindset and thought patterns is that attitudes are contagious. The connections you have with other people have a real impact on your life because the people you surround yourself with and spend the most time with affect your mindset — your mood, your perspective and your attitude.
Former NBA basketball star Michael Jordan once said that “you must expect great things of yourself before you can do them”. And this is so true; the most life-transforming thing you will ever realize is just how powerful you really are. You really can do anything you set your mind to… and this is why your mindset matters so much.
The hardest part about coming to that realization and unleashing your power is the lifetime of conditioning you’ve had that has taught you to think otherwise. Up until now, you’ve effectively been brainwashed into believing all sorts of false things about the world and your place in it. Isn’t it time you shook off that old programming and started calling the shots for yourself?
If you want to create great things in your life, then you have to start by expecting yourself to achieve great things! Now go out there and be awesome. 🙂
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I do expect to achieve great things. I do not listen to news or watch tv for that matter.
What I can’t control is who I ended up living next door to. She and her family are the worst neighbors I have ever had. I can’t even enter or exit my house without her talking some bs to me. She sounds like a bullhorn at a bus depot and this happens to be a residential area. She is one of the most unattractive people I have met inside and out, and she actually bragged that her husband left her because she partied! I mean, who says that?
Thank goodness we rent and won’t be stuck here forever, but there is no way to avoid her since I live right next door to her and I work/study from home. I’ve told her before that she is too loud, but she keeps up all her ways. It is not fair that I can’t have peace entering and leaving my home. It’s just getting more and more annoying. I keep having to reset the boundaries with this woman.
Any input on the matter will be greatly appreciated. I’ve already had anger releases in private and with her, so what else is there? How did I end up with this person in my reality or is there another question I should ask? I’ve really come a long way with bringing good people in my reality. I’d like to tend to this case now.
In this case, and from an LOA perspective, I would use the same approach that you did with your feral cat problem: focus on the outcome that you would like to see — on the best possible solution for all parties involved, rather than on how frustrated you are in the current situation (which only serves to keep you stuck there, remember).